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If you are planning to attend Intel ISEF in Los Angeles this May, you may not realize that in addition to helping young scientists pursue their dreams, meeting colleagues from around the world, and learning more about science and science education, you can also earn continuing education credits.
The Continuing Education Unit is a nationally-recognized unit of measurement for participation in non-credit continuing education programs. This program is being offered in conjunction with Portland State University, and adults who successfully complete Portland State University’s approved programs will be awarded continuing education units. The objective of the CEU is to
The cost of participating in this program is being covered through a generous grant from Intel. We hope that you find these opportunities useful and immediately applicable to your classroom and learning communities.
To complete all necessary requirements to earn CEU credit
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From September 27-29, 2019, the Society will welcome 200 high school science research teachers to Washington, D.C.
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